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THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1872.
XE1FS OJF TUE DA X.
-Draft horses sell for fourt<;en dollars each
la Austin, Texas.
:-Saratoga has a new town-hall which cost
-Japanese barbers in San Francisco monop?
olize the trade.
-The German Emperor has purchased thc
French ex-Emperpr's property of Busalt, n?ar
Kingsberg, for 37,000 thalers.
-Lucca, Kellogg und Hubenstein are all to
come over in the same steamer which leaves
England on the 21st of the present month.
-Miss Nilsson that was, and musically al?
ways will be, will give St. Petersburg and
Moscow a month euch very soon.
-A photographie marriage certificate U
the latest novelty. It ls provided with re?
ceptacles tor the photographs of the bride nnd
bridegroom, and officiating clergymen or o ill -
eera of the law.
-Coal ls at so high a price in England now
thai, not only are old workings lo be reopened,
but lre8h borings are to bo made in various
parts of the country lu search of fresh beds of
co il. I
-In the British armj estimates this year |
there is an Item of nearly $5,000,000 lor the
compensation ot officers retiring from the
army by ihe sale ot their commissions. This
la a part of the policy recently inaugurated
there of abolishing the purchase system.
-Among other Improvements for the safely
ot railway travel wo notice the placing of |
gong bells-one at each end-on the passen-j
ger stations along the route, to be electrically ?
struck by approaching trains when within halt
a mile, el titer side of the station, to warn Ibe
agent and others ot Its approach.
-Every individual lound lu the streets of j
the cities and towns of Russia m a elate ol In?
toxication id compelled to work at sweeping
^_ the streets during the whole of the next day.
The rigor and impartiality as lo.nation\ sex or
condition with which this rule is carried ont is
worthy of Imitation by many more civilized
-Professor Owen (has explained how it is
that aged perons are said to cut new teeth
late in life. It often happens that teeth break
or decay, and leave a stump in the gum. Tue
gum closes over the place and the Incident ls
forgotten. As years go by the Jaw and the
gums shrink; the long buried stump ls in cou- j
sequence laid bare, and ls hailed as u new
-A rapid and economical method for Ihe
artificial production ot . Ice has. lately been
brought to the attention of the Paris Academy
of Sciences. Tho process consists lu the
evaporation of ether in a current of air, which
passes on through a layer of coko or pumice
stone, constantly saturated with sulphuric
acid. The vapors ore condensed by the action
of the machine Itself, and the ether is after?
ward regained by distillation. The cost of
running ia chiefly for coal to carry on tho dis
tlHihg process, and it is stated that a pound of
coal is sufficient, io produce irom twenty-five
to thirty poonda of Ice.
? -Tue attorney-general of New York, in a
recent letter explaining the cause of Hie post?
ponement of the trial of the civil and criminal
suits against Tweed, Sweeney and other mem?
bers of the New York ring, states that "the
osies will be tried as Boon as lhere isa judge
on th? bench Io whom the public have confi
dence," and as the Judges against whom ibis
Imputation lias been levelled have'been im.
peached, the extraordinary fact ls disclosed
that the Ant step necessary to a successful
arraignment of robbers of the people was the
removal ot their sympathizers, servants or
confederates from the bench.
-A new experiment has been made near
London, with a view of meet io g the great de?
mand existing in that city for dwellings tor
the humbler classes. A new town is lo be
built in the suburbs, close lo a Hoe of railway,
and to consist entirely of workmen's houses
1200 in number. One feature of the project ls
that each of the tenants, after a time, is io be?
come the owner of his house, by paying a cer?
tain sum In addition to the rent. In the cen?
tr?is a large plot for a recreation ground, and
there are also- to.be lecture halls, schools,
clubs, reading-rooms, baths and other conve?
niences. Public houses are not to be admit?
ted. The experiment will be watched with
great Interest In England, and doubtless in
this country also.
, -ANew York letter has ihe following:
"The newest peculiarity of the ritualistic
wing of the Protestant Episcopal Church
hereabouts is the announcement of what is
called a clerical retreat at Bridgeport, com
manc'.ug on the 17th of September, to last j
four days. The retreat Is to be under the
auspices of a very High Church associai ion
known as ihe Evangelical Fathers. Among
those who will probably be present irom this
city are Bev. Mr. McKee Brown, of ihe Chureli
of St Mary the Virgin; Rev. Mr. Morrill,
of St Alban's; Rev. Dr. Ewer, ol'.St. ignatius,
and Rev. Dr. Swop*, ofTrlnlty. Theserutreats
are said to be common enough among the
High Church clergy In Englaud, but this H tho
first endeavor to bring them into vo"iie here
so it ia Bald."
-Oae Herr Cramer Klett, a German manu?
facturer, has been celebrating his quarter
centennial after this sort He presented his
three thousands operatives with six thousand
florins to go to the Vienna Exposition, thirty,
one. .thousand for building workingmen^
houses, twenty-five thousand for single per?
sons to build houses, ihlrly thousand florins'
worth of building lots, and one hundred and
fifty thousand tor building tenement house?,
twenty thousand florim as capita], and twen?
ty-five thousand annual addition for establish- ?
log a manufacturing school, and thirty thous?
and to pay for the tuition of workiogsmen's
children for the next ten years. Asihongh
this were not enough to remember the jubi?
lee, he gave each operative a iwenty-merk
gold piece, and they went heme rejoicing.
-In Cincinnati, recently, seven men "were
Jn a sewer making some-repairs, when a sud-1
den shower came up, filling the sewer with,
water. Six of the men escaped, but the other
wus carried by the torrent for a mile, and
then out into the Ohio River, before he got
liberated. The Cincinnati Gazette says that
uta man, \vh03e name was John Clark, "con- j
tlnued to travel down to Court street, where
he made a short turn, and thence proceeded
before the every moment increasing volume
ot waters to Eggleston avenue sewer, where
he made a turn to the right, whence it was a
straight road to the river. Ur. Clark tells the
story himself. Ile says he proceeded down
in the darkness, his back to the press ot the
waters and his face to their current. As he
could not stand up, he put himself as nearly
as possible in a sitting position, and went
down the stream very much as a boy slides
down-Ulll on a sled, only Mr. Clark had no
sied. Coming to the mouth of the sewer,
where Its waters discharge Into the Ohio
Uiver, he cri-d for help. Mr. Lewis, who
lives in a tenement wharf-boat at that point,
and who hires rowboats to parties, heard his
cries, came to ids relief and saved him. Mr.
Clark, last night, exhibited a badly toro pair
ol pants and a pretty roughly bruised body.'.'
' The Party" in Convention.
To the average American, accustomed to
regard the political institutions of his coun?
try os a decided improvement upon those or
other lands and by-gone times, the so-called
Republican ?tate Convention, now in ses?
sion at Columbia, must present a deeply
humiliating spectacle. There ia a body
which uudeniably holds in its bands the for?
tunes of South Carolina for two years to
come. No caudid and intelligent man of
any party will pretend to deny that the pre?
vailing character of the Convention is igno?
rance controlled by corruption. It contains
absolutely no representation of the intelli?
gence, the public virtue or thc property of |
the State. No man of stainless integrity
can hope for preferment ut its hands, and
the chances, at this writing, see^i to be that
its choice for Governor will fall upon the
very worst of a notoriously bad gang. But
it is some consolation lo know that the ex?
pected action of this precious Convention,
however it may affect our own unfortunate j
State, must seal the fate of what is called
ihe Republican parly of the Sou iii. The
pranks of our sabin Legislature, and tho
shameless roblieries of our rascally RiDg,
which have so long been a stench in the
nostrils of the Nation, will lind their titting j
climax now in Ihe nomination of Mr. F. J.
Moses, Jr., for the Chief Magistracy of South
/ ' Thc Orgunlxcr of Victory."
The first volume of Ihe report of General
Vofi Mollke on the Prussian plan of cam?
paign in t hc recent war with France has just
be?en published. It shows what we ali knew
before, that Prussia was fully prepared for
tne contest. It tells us, however, more than
this. It exhibits to us some ot the secret
and efficient equipment, the thoroughly
studied and skilfully laid plans, the topogra?
phical knowledge of the French border, and
the complete Information acquired of the
capacity of the railroads of France, the
state of her army, and its places of project?
ed concentration. The whole scheme of the.
war was worked out in Yon Mollke's closet
wilh ibo accuracy of a mathematical prob
lom. On tho side of Prussia all was, from
ihe beginning, clear, plain and known; on
tho side of Franco uti wus confusion, which,
arter Ibe ii rat onset, became "worse con
"founded," darkness and official blindness
lt. is to be hoped that General Von Moltke,
now an old man, may live to finish his his?
tory of Ibis wonderful campaign. No other
band but that of ibe man who so ably
planned it could adequately describo it
A CitHrcoal Sketch.
We have occasionally before bad some
inklings of Hie antecedents of Governor R
K. Scott but the following sketch of the
career of that remarkable functionary con
tains some facts which will be new to many
of our readers. We quote from a ietter
wriiten by u resident of Napoleon, Ohio,
under date of July 29, 1872, and published
in the Detroit Free Press :
"Go.vernor Scott, of Souih Carolina, I sup
pose ls really a resident of this place yet
His family wu?. ??I1 living here when he was
first elected Governor, and they have since
spent about one-half ot their time here. R
K. Scott cane to this country some twelve or
tuteen years ugo, and located In tho little one
horse Town of Florida, in this (Henry) county,
as a doctor, having never graduated or at?
tended medical lectures, content to pracllon
some Uve or six year?. He was a candidate i
lor justice ol ino peace, and benteu in his i
township; while Iiis parly had a majority. |
Alterward he souglil and oblaiued the nomi
nation tor county treasurer, ran and was de?
feated. He llieu went Inlo the dry goods
trade in his own lowu. Alterward he came to
tliis town and engaged In the same business
and railed totally, worth nothing. Then he
went Into the army as lieutenant-colonel, and
got to. be brlgadler-ceneral and came home,
and, through the Influence of Jim Ashley, be
got the appoinlment lu command of Hu
Freedman's Burean at Charleston, South Caro
lina, and was finally elected Governor. Dr.
Scon is a very clever fellow, large and portly,
and very good-looking, but very ignorant, yet
tells a good i-tory well. In writing letters,
falls in orthography very much. I presume he
ls now w.irh a mil!iou ol" dollars. He owus a
large amount of real estate in this and adjoin
lng counties, and thousands of acres in the
Northern part of Michigan lu company with
other men, and he has made this money off
the people of South Carolina. Il is said that
Jay Cooke loaned him the money, and he
bought eighty thousand dollars of these South
Carolina bonds Tor forty-lour per cent, on the
dollar, and theo, ns Governor, recommended
that tho Interes' on the Stale bonds be paid in
gold, semi-annually. The Legislature passed
the bill, mid immediately Hie bonds were
worth ninety cents on the dollar. I suppose
he had several thousand or hundred thousand
dollars of those bonds, many of which were
fraudulently Issued, and. had be not bought
off the Legislature last winter, he would have
been Impeached as Governor. When he came
home from war, and before he got Hie appoint?
ment in South Carolina, I asked lil in how he
stood politically, and lie told me he should go
with the party that had the least lo do willi
the negroes. He Is now building a fine brick
house in this place. He has some very valua?
ble property here, including a tavern slaud,
which he has laid out into town lots and hus
sold the most ol Hiern."
-Tim Wlnnsboro' A7eiM suggests that the
citizens ol'tho Fourth Congressional District
opposed lo Hie re-eleciion of A. S. Wallace
meet in convention, through their delegates,
In Columbia on the first Tuesday of September
DPXti, to put in nomination a candidate to
represent the district in the next Congress.
Ten columns of the New York Sun are
devoted to allegations against General
.Grant, dating back to the time when he was
not President, bat Secretary of War ad
interim, under President Johnson. He is
accused of entering upon the personal con?
trol of the War Department with three ob?
jects in view, which be carried out. The
first-mentioned ts Ibe payment in full of
large sums of money, amounting in the ag?
gregate to over a half a million dollars,
which Mr. Stanton had kept back on account
ol proven frauds in mixed grain furnished for
the Army of the Potomac. The second ac?
cusation is that Grant transferred to a mili?
tary ring of speculators in California a tract
of land known .as Military Reservation No
7, commanding Maro Island Navy Yard.
This property, worth $10,000,000 to tho
Navy Yard, overtures for which had been
repeatedly refused by Secretary Stanton, was
disposed of by his successor, and from the
surrender tho government received only
$3000 or $4000. The severest indictment
: made by the Sun is that Grant during this
time assiduously protected Paymaster-Gen
eral Brice in carrying through aud conceal?
ing the payment of a large amount of public
money on forged bounty claims, and that
when Secretary Stanton induced an investi?
gation the clerks or the pay department who
assisted were promptly discharged. Presi?
dent Johnson was liually influenced to retiro
Brice, as notice of these matters was brought
him, but General Grant at once reinstated
bim in his old position, as soon as he was
Bout well a. Failure.
The New York Herald concludes an elab?
orate review of the condition of our national
finance.; with these words : "The truth ls, our
"national finances have been badly managed,
"and the financial policy of the Administra?
tion, or rather of Mr. Boutwell, ls a failure."
[From ihe Wlonsboro' News.]
The Conservative citizens of Anderson had
a mass meeting last week, and amongst other
resolutions adopted ont: cilling (or a Slate
Convention of all opposed lo Radicalism.
Such action we deem unwise Just now. Our
true policy ts to maintain a "masterly inactiv?
ity" for thc present, "lie low,'* and. watch
closely passing events. Our strengt lt al this
lime ls centered in keeping quiet, and remain?
ing passive. We conceive this to be the proper
course to be pursued lu the present crisis of
our affairs, and we believe any other will work
injury lo UP, and to the cause of Reform.
The Columbia Plunderers.
I From the New York Tribune.]
From South Carolina wo have reports that
the carpet-bag leaders are quart. 'ling among
themselves, and that an Indepcr -nt Repub?
lican ticket will probably be nominated In op?
position to that of the Ring. It men of known
good character can be lound and placed on
sucha ticket, the while Inhabitants of South
Carolina will no doubt wiilingly give It their
support, nod, with the aid of the more Intelli?
gent and honesto! ihe negroes, might reason?
ably hope to carry Ihe State. The greatest
obstacle would Ile In (he frauds of the election
officers, some of whom, lt may be remember?
ed, were sent lo the Penitentiary two years
airo (ur Just a trifle overdoing business ia the
Beaufort Dist rici. Certain it ls that lhere ls
now great wrangling, and that exposures are
coming oui of the modus operandi ot ihe great
robberies of the Scott Ring.
[From Ute New York Herald ]
Carpet-baglsm in South Carolina Hands out
In worse light yet, viewed through thc Herald's
dispatch (rom that Stale lu to-day's Issue. If
no positive dishonesty were intended by the
Financial Board in hypothecating lo capitalists
In New York seven millions of bonds, issued
simply for the conversion ot old 8ta(e paper,
tim readiness with which these men, who be?
lieve in (heir own irresponsibility, plunged
into illegality shows the utter recklessness
and want of principle among them. The ag?
grieved bondholders should prosecute.
Where are ihe Beaux ?
From all the watering-places como feminine
cries of indignation and touching appeals for
more frequent escorts of the male persuasion
What can have got into the men ? In the
mountains, at the springs, on the seashore, are
hundreds ot blooming and attractive belle?,
sighing for adoration and flirtation, and re?
fusing to be comforted because they are not.
alone, or In awkwardly assorted groups, they
slamber over the tiresome ridges, quaff dismal
iraugbls, or essay the surging surf. In vain
lo thu lovely but neglected creatures receive
iew costumes daily from the metropolis, each
[Nie more marvellous than its predecessor; In
cain do they invent distracting coiffures und
procure picturesque phaetons and ponies, und
in vain do Uley attempt lo probe Hie mascu?
line heart by adopting new and unique styles
of dress. Accounts glowing with descriptions
of gypsy hals, flowing tresses and sashes tied
Jauntily Just over the liver, ure indited by the
benevolent correspondents, but fail lo arouse
Ibu "brutes" from their torpor. Some ol' lite
derelicts are, of course, cynical or Impecuni?
ous, or both; while others ure doubtless im?
mersed in business, not wholly undiverslfled
with relaxations ia ihe shape of yachting or
quiet euchre-parlies in the .eily, all by them?
selves. Rut whatever the reason may be, the
lad remains, and the ladles' eyes-those ar?
rows of Cupid-are all in it quiver as they sim
exclaim, "No beaux !"
pOPULAK MUSIC BOOKS.
Now f elset the Music Books needed during the
sex; mi'urn ii, natl agreeably occupy your sum?
mer leisure In examining, playing and kinging
fi um them.
TUE STANDARD I Trice $1 CO; $13 50 per doz.
Destined to be thc Banner Oliureli Music
Hook or the Heannu. singerai leaileral lench
er?l "Itally round" thu luiuuer I
SPARKLING RUBIES I Price 35 cents.
Fur Sahbatli-schoola. None better.
TUR PILGRIM'S UARPI Price oo cents.
For Vestries and Prayer Meetings. Uncx
Take with you for entertainment ar. summer
TUB MUSICAL TREASURE I
225 piges of new and popular Sougs and
Pianoforte pieces, or
SHOWER OP PEARLS.
Full or tho best Vocal Duets. Or,
"...,." Pull or ibo beat Opera Songs. Or,
Pull or the best Piano Pieces. Or,
Full or the best Plano Pieces.
Rich or the above live books costs 13 50 In
bo irtls. or $3 in cloth. Baa more than 200 loree
paires full ol popular music, and eiti er book Is a
most entertalnlnn compnnlon to a lover or music.
specimens or the .-tAndanl nein, ror tliepfs
em, postpaid, for $1 23, nn.i or the other bo ks for
the retail price.
OLIVER DITTON A CO., | C. U. DITSON A CO.,
. , ". Boaioa' I New York.
FALCON, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she la Tni8 DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. L Uiilon Wharves. All Good's not taken away
at a unset will remain on wharf at Consignees'
risk. MORDECAI A CO.,
p9* NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS ARE
hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting
any or the crew of the British Bark GEORGIANA,
Captain Mann, from Liverpool, as no debts of
their contracting will be paid by master or con?
signee. HENRY CARD,
??-NOTICE_ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Town Oopnlcl of Moultrle
vllle, SnUlvan's Island, are hereby notified that
they must present the same to the Treasurer, Mr.
D. B. GILLILAND, at his mice, No. 16 Broad
street, on or before the 1st of September, 1872.
By order of the Town Council.
D. B. G1CLILAND,
Pst* IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-EX parte BAILEY A COMPANY In re
R. J. DAVANT, Commissioner, vs. ihe Trust?es of
the College of Beaufort.-Pursuant to the order or
the Hon. 0. B. FARMKR, Judge, la the above stated
case, notice ls hereby given to all and singular
thc Judgment Creditors of WILLIAM H. W1QG.
that said court bas limited and allowed ninety
day&from the date of this order In which said
Creditors may prove their claims btfore the un?
dersigned, receiver, at his onlce, In the Court
noose at Beaufort. H. G. JUDD,
C. C. P. Receiver.
Beaufort. S. 0.. June 14,1872._Jnn22 60
^NOTICE. _GREENVILLE AND
COLUMBIA RA IL ROD COMPANY.
The state, ex Relatlouo the Attorney-General
Plaintiff, vs. the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road Company, Defendant.
JAMES G. GIBBES, JAMES H. PRINGLE and
others, Plaintiff*, vs. the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad Company and others, Defendants.
The undersigned navlng, by order or bis Honor
Samuel W. Melton, Circuit Jndge of the Fifth
Circuit, dated Jane 18th, 1872, been appointed Ref?
eree on the above stated cases to ascertalu and
report, among other things, the amount of In?
debtedness of the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road company, with authority by advertisement
to require all creditors to establish their respec?
tive demands before bim
Notice ls hereby given to all and singular the
creditors of the said Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Companjr, whother holding bonds or the
Drat mortgage, bonds or certificates or indebted?
ness guaranteed hy the state, bonds or certifi?
cates of Indebtedness of the second mortgage,
non-mortgaged bonds or claims or any other
character, 11 present and establish their respec?
tive claims before the undersigned as Referee, at
his ottlcc In Columbia, South Carolina, on or be?
fore the 1st day of october next, at which time
his report on such claims will bc made up and
submitted to the Conrt In tho Bald cases.
J Oil M S. GREEN, Referee.
Columbia. 8. C., Jone 10, 1872. Juu2712thll
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KttfcACH AND ENGLISH HOME SCHOOL FOR
YOU NU LADIES,
No. 41 WEST FiFTV-FocRTn STRKBT,
CENTRAL PARK, N. Y.,
WILL REOPEN SKITKMDBH 24,1872.
Miss PEURAM, from Richmond, Va., ls asso
elated with Mr*. BLKEOKKK, and has charge or
thf higher English branches._augli-im >
jy?RS. SYLVANUS REED'S
ENGLISH, FRENCH ANO GERMAN
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
Nos. e AND 8 EAST FIFTY-THIBD STREET,
(Formerly Park Avenue and Thirty-Eighth Street.)
Buildings erected for the purpose."The Ninth
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'viii be at h< me september 1; HUI ii then her ad
?lre8s ls Navesink. N. V._augu-lmu
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,
The nesHlnn commencer on October 1st. The
Instil inion embraces au Academic Depart men;
?nd Departments or Law, Medicine, Ungmeeriiig
and Agriculture. For Catalogues, apply to WM.
WKRTKNBAKKit, secrciary of tne Faculty. P. o.
University of Vlrglula. CHAS. S. VBMABLK,
Chairman or ihn faculty. nngl-ihsuilmo
MU?IC. -MR. E. X RANSOME, OK
GAMST of the Church or thc Holy Com?
munion and Teacher or Vocal Munie ar. the Pub?
lic Schoi ls or Charleston. Lesions on the Organ,
I'lanoiorte, Meiodion, Harmonium, and In Vocal
Music. Highest testimonials as lo ability and
aptitude for teaching. Address No. 41 Ashley
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER.
INO at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Troy. N. Y. Instructions very practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed in this country. Graduates
otnala excellent positions. Reopens September
ll. For Annual Register, containing improved
course or Study amt rut I particulars, add ess
Pror. QtlAS. PROW NR. Director. angie imo
fl I?ACE CHURCH INDUSTRIAL
\JC SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and the
use of machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day andSuiurday morning, from S A. ii. to 2 P.
M , at the Depo-? tory. Chalmers street. JunlP
RAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PBK HUNDRED. Apply at Ut
o.nce or THE NEW*. mayia
K~~~OF P.^STO?i^ALL LODGETNO.
. 6 -The Regnlar Semi-Monthly Meeting of
lam Lodge will be held THU EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
at Pythian Hall. Mcmners will . ome prepared
to pay arreara. ROBERT 0. STARK, R. a.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Company Tuis EVENING, at 8
o'clock. By order. C. li. SCHWING,
ATTENTION I NATIONAL ZOUAVES.
A Meeting or your organization will take
place THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at Pythlao Hall,
two doors from King In uociety streets, south
Bide. A fnll and prompt atteudance is requested
as the election for Officers will take place.
By order of tue President pro tem. aug22
a competent Entry Clerk. Address 0.,
wini reference, scating salary required, NEW?
WANTED, AN ERRAND BOY, TO
carry packages, Ac. Recommendations
required. Apply at this office._aug22
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
Wash and make Herself generally use ru l.
Appy at No. 7 Marlon street._aug22-l?
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
Cook aod attend to Rouse Work for a
small ramlly. Apply at No. 87 cannon street.
WANTED. A WOMAN TO COOK,
Wash and be generally useful. Apply at
No. 22 Beauraln street. aug22-l*
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A
respectable white woman to cook, wash
ai.rt Iron. Apply at No. OS Su Pulllp street.
WANTED, TWO GOOD SEWING
Machine hands that understand the at?
tachments, at LANGLEY'S bil I RT DEPOT, No.
161 King street._aog22-;
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED HOST?
LER to take dargo or a horse ai>d buggy.
Steady old mau preferred. Inquire at this omcc.
HORSE WANTED.-A GOOD HORSE
wanted rora few weeks for a light business.
UOIMI care will be taken or the same. Address A.
H., Lock Box No. 62, Charleston._aug2l-2*
COOK WANTED.-A RELIABLE AND
experienced Cook can obtain a situai ion by
applyiug at Bennett's Mills, East Bay. Recom?
mendations required. aug2l-2
TTL/ ANTED, IN A BLTAIL DRUG
TT STORK a yon tn about 15 or 16 years uf
age, to learn tho business. Address, in own
handwriting, Pharmacist, Box No. 541.
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT BY ABE-1
SPECTABLE willie Mechanic. (Carpenter,)
or steady habitB. WSnis a steady place. Address
Bench or e.. ll., at this office. Buuuh wurk pre?
WANTED TO RENT, BY THE YEAR,
a flail In some central locality, suitable
(or a Social Club ana Rifle Corpa Address, willi
lull particulars. R C., at thia Pillee._aug20
WANTED, FROM 50 TO 100 CORDS
OA K. WOOD, delivered in the city or ut
landings un any navigable Uiver or Creek Ad?
dress W., NEWS office._sngn-tuthS*
ALADY COMPETENT TO TEACH THE
usual English Mudies, Music, French and
?.UUU, wi80ea a situation as TFACUEit in a fami?
ly, or woald take a school, references given.
Address Miss P. K., Adair? ville, Ua.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and coin
pemucy wianea a positiun us Teacher in sorue
Su nile institution, or aa private tutor In a family,
u objections to going luto the country, can
teach trench, Latin, Greek, Plano aud the other
branches of a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration aa pleasant association. Ad
dress c. D. V., it the omeo of this paper.
WrANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with me tact that the SOOTII
EK.\ LIEE INSURAN'Cr. COMPANY mmes J.iiut
Li e Policies, insuring the Uvea or partners In
business, so that, on ibo death uf either, the
auiuuui Insured for ls paid to thc ainvlvlug party.
lt uiso iUHures husband and wife on thc natue
plan. EBtiN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street,
to el ono i/o u no.
PICKED. 0P,; AT)R?FT~^FF~^LL?
VAN'S 1SLANU BEACU, a BATTEAU. The
owner can have the Hame by paying all expenses.
S. II. o Pl? t Nu KIM, s u i h van a Island. uug22-2?
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stauonaty ENGINE ANO BOlLEK, lu fair
order. Price, $500. Also, a lot or SU/iPl'lNU,
Pu leys, AC, at U bargain. CAME KO N, BARK
iMt & co._angitt ww,
MULES AND HORSES AT KENTUCKY
Mule Lot, Church street, near uro m. Wes?
tern Mutes auU Uuruesa lioraes lor sam on t?me.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
MIHI at the Minn est notice. Aisu a few good se
o nd-i i and M actinic? tor sale, very low. J. L.
LUNsKoKD. a.ulib street. n..rthuf Wentworth.
PLANTATION FOR SALE - GREAT
BARG AlN-PORT KOYAL RAILROAD.
ive subscriber, being about to leave tuc State,
offers for sale that valuable PLANTATIOV, caned
tho "Yeoman's Traci," situated. In uarnVi 1 Coull
ty, near Jacksou'a Branch, wuiera of Lower
'i mee Rnns, containing Oioacres.
'1 he Hue ot the Port Royal Railroad ls In close
proximity lo lt, aud tho spleudid circular Siw
Mit* or uv. J. C. Miller out more iliun a mile from
the richly-timbered portion ut Hie estate.
There are about 200 acres cleated, producing
splendid crops of cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable mime houses were
erected tty the proprietor uu the outer cogo of the
bony of i lui uer, aud the locality ls remarkably
The Umbered portion (719 acres) presents aa
Une a budy uf virgin forest as t he eye eau meet
with lu HUH sr ate, varying fruin tue smallest Hized
cup Umber to the larg. Ht ranging t>izc.
To railroad cuni rac tors, lumbermen and tur
pcutino distillers, no m.cr opportunity hus ever
beeu presented ut realizing u lortune, UH ihey
nuve Ute option or .-hipping to Savannah ur Purl
Royal, either by wai er ur rail.
Eur runner particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or io ii. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney ut Law,
V?mutton, MO. cu.. in whose hunda ure Hie Hiles.
Wllilsluu, Su. Ca, August IBt, 1872.
augy H. N. MILLER.
TO RENT, A HANDSOME ROSEWOOD
PIANO, seven-octave, wini Stoul. Recently
tuned. Apply at lida office. aug2? l*
ASMALL FARM TO Rh NP, ON
Meeting street Road, near thc cuy. Fur
pai ticulars apply at No. 53 George street.
TO RENT, A SMALL HOUSE, OF FOUR
rooms, newly flited up, with kuchen and
omer outbuildings. Water on i he premises. Apply
at No. 128 Klug street, a lew doors below o,ntcn.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE
on sullivan's Island, on the Front Beach,
near the Fort. Rent moderate. Appiy to J>0
H. LOPEZ, No. 2 smith street. auglti-fl
mu RENT, STORE No. 188 KING
_L ST RH. ET, next to Singer Office, suitable for
loy (loud-, or Boois ami .-hues. Apply to Sluger
Sewing Machine Company. _aiiglS-Uiaiii
rW\0 RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STOKE
JL con er King und Liberty streets, willi or
without hack More, suitable for uiiy kind of
bunt ness. Will be re .ted from ISL or september.
For pai 11 eui.irs apply at Store. wigs-lino
BOARD.-TWO GENTLEMAN CAN BE
accommodate 1 willi goad Bo.rd in a re
?|ie.:tAble private family, convenient to business
at $26 u mouth each. Address w. P. ?~?*?
BOX No. 131, P. O._? gggjg
TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, OR.C8N
ri EMAN ?ND WIFE, eau be accommoda,
ted willi board and pleasant rooms lu ^ respect
abie family. Address "H. A.," DAILY NEWS or
m"HTTN EW IMPROVED
WHEELER St WILSON
SB (VINO MACHINE.
TUB BEST IS THR CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
. Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANtJF'O CO.,
apr6-lyr No. 20P King street. ?
JJ M. WATE.BS ?"~C~?",
(LATE WATERS, PIERCE A Co.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
KO. 56 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK, ':
Bay ona Bell contracts for Future Delivery or Cot?
ton, strictly for a commission, so that no Inter?
est of our own can possibly connict with that of
Refer, by permission, to Union Nailonal Bank;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. augl3-lmo
JgANKING HOUSE OF
HENRY CLEWS & CO
No. 32 WALL STREET, N. Y.
Clrcalar Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel?
lers, also Commercial Credits Issued, available
throughout the world.
Bills of Exchange on the Imperial Bank of Lon?
don, National Bauk or Scotland, Provincial Bank
of Ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic Transfers or Honey cn Europe, San
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in ? lthcr Currency or
Coln, subject to check at sight, which poss
through the Cleating House as If drawn upon any
city bank. Interest allowed on dally balances.
Certificates of Deposit Issued bearing interest at
current rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABICHT A CO.,
may23-x No. ll Old" Broad street, London
IDnUqtfi, JeroeirTj, Ut.
ALL, BLACK A CO.,
Noa. 688 ANDS? BROADWAY.
will continue tho sale ol their immense stock of
during the summer months. All goods will be
sold wimont reserve, at a great reduction, to
clean the brininess. innIO
Joint Stock (Erjmpann.
FT?C??L RAFFLB NUMBERS . OF
" THE CtlARbt?TON JOINT ?TOOK'BOU?
HAN Y for the benefit of the state Orphan Asylum.
Ol.A ss No loT- WKDNRSDAT MORNINU, August 21.
CLA>S No. 103-WKDNESDW KVBNINO, AngUHt 21.
43 _ 67-46-64-68-72-46-23 - 64-37-38-24
augtf A. MOROSO, sworu Commissioner.
Oruaa ana ?IBO?CITUS.
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
cure. ?3,6OO Certificated or testimon?ala ot cure,
including Rev. C. H. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Kev. Joseph Beggs. Falls of Schuylkill, Pailadel
phla; tho wife or Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlghtstown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hoo. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-senator stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted tocare or money refunded.
DB. OEO. CAULlRR, Agent,
Julyl-lyr Oharieston, S. 0.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREP AR -
W. R. WARN MR A CO.,
Oder the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price Us; to Dr. H. BAEK, Charleston:
Iron and lodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp, riioapnorua ."nm, ror Impuuiuce, Lusa o?
Nerve Power. Ac.
Elixir Cinohoula Calisaya
Bllxlr Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, vim and BIB mu th
Elixir calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valerlanate or Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of iron
Wine o( WIM Cherry
Ferraren Wino of Wild Oherry
Comp, syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup of Uypophosphltea (ror Consumption,Bron,
Beef, Wine, Iron and c.ueuoun.
Licorice li?&eugea, cutainlng Vanilla, Tolu, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum como. This is a sew and vain
ablocombination of tho medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry una. Gentian,
associated with Aromatics, lt ls a very
agreeable and em cleat remedy. Aside from
its medicinal virtues, it ls inefal as a vehicle
and ror marking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Ueutian and iron
Elixir Bromide nf Potassium. .
Syrup Phusph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
ken's ayrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac. *
Kux. Valerlanate of strychnia
Eux. Photipli. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (or the
greatest service where there ld a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable in cases of children and
In addition to the above, w. K. Warner A Co.
manufacture a tail line or Plaid Extracts and
Sugar-coaled Pilli, all of which are to be bad at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
Da. H. BAER, No. 181 Meeting street,
mehitilAwtfmoH Charleston. H. 0.
ADMINISTRATOR'S N O TIO E.-ALL
pcr.-ons having claims against the Estate
of Min late T. KBLLY, deceased, are requested io
present the same, duly attested, and those In?
debted to make payment to
M. P. O'CONNOR, Administrator.
Law Office No. 30 Broad street, char.eh ton.
pianos, <3>rgans, Ut.
DIANOS AND ORGANS. -
Furnished at Factory Prices, for cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terras.
CHARLES L. McCLENAHAN,
Plano and Music store,
|uIj3l-lrao No. 191 Kins street.
jp RUIT TREES, SMALL FRUITS,
ORNAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS, CHOICE
GABDEN AND FIEL? SEEDS, Ac.
A splendid stock of the choicest varieties.
Semi for descriptive catalogue and price list.
All Trees well packed so as to carry Barely to
any part nf the Untied stale.
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL PLANTS,
or ali kinds, sent by mall, postage paid, to any
postoillceln the United SfaiCfl.
EDWARD J. h^ANS A CO..
Nurserymen and Seedsmen,
Julv25-tli4m s York. Pa.
AVB YOUR SHIRTS
MADE TO ORDER IN CHARLESTON,
AT LANGLEY'S.No. 101 KINO STREET.
ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR I
RRAD THE PRICES '.
Linen Shirts, with tl nest Linen Fronts, only $360.
Wanmulla L. c. nulsh Linea Fronts and cu ns.
only %l 60.
Lower grades In proportion.
Linen Drawers from $1 26 tn $2.
Colton Drawers from 75c to $1.
Night Shirts. Linen, $-j 76; Night Shirts, Cotton,
from $1 to SI 76. '
Ladles' Underwear made In the beet manner
and at very low prices; also, stitching and Tuck?
ing, or all kinds, done to order in the neatest si j le
and at short notice. . . ,
Flour Bags made at prices that cannot be beat
by Northern houses. .
Children's Clothing, of all kinds, made to order.
*y Call and examine work and prices, .
At LANGLEY'S, No. 161 King Street.
july26-lmo Near Clifford atreet. J
I (Srocroagy: gitrncrg, &t.
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOSIAS' SONS, Nb. 110 EAST BAT,
OOer for sale from c. a. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice GOONAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
various vintages, la -
Quarter cas ks ; '
Eigh t h casks
Cases of one doaen bottles each.
jp AIE, PRIME AND OHOIOE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., Na lip East Bay, offer for
sale Fair.-Pilme and Chotee Grocery SUGARS.
/ MORDECAI & OO.
J A L K I B y ALE.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer 'for
?alo an invoice or "Falkirk" ALK. landln* direct
from Glasgow, in Pints. MORDECAI A CO.
pORTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay. offer for
sale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, tn strong
packages. MORDECAI A CO.
-pRIME WHITE CORN.'
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
salo Prime White CORN, in new socks..
MORDECAI A CO.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI Sc co., Na lio East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rea from Factory m Havana.
D AM AN TIN Elt OANDLE.fl.'
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for sal?
by A. TOBIAS'SONS, :
-:-!- -" ' . . ;
VALENTTNE'S PREPARATION ?OF
MEAT JOICE. ... *T..
Jost received, a large supply of the above. Each
botUe contains four pounds of the beat Beef, ex*
elusive of fat; can be used with cold or wann
water; also can be taken with Codhver Oil, and
destroys the taste of the Oil. , . .? - ?Jao^'r?
Tao only food for delicate, children.
? This ls much superior to the "Extract of Beef,"
heretofore offered to the public, as will be-found
upon trlaL For sale by .Dr. U. BAER,
J on7 Na 131 Meeting street.
QROOEBIES! ?.-.?::<? T..
. GROCERIES 1 ! 1
We are now receiving our fall and winter 'stock
of Ul. : :; . .
FAMILY G BOC E Bl E S, :
. comprising a full assortment of ^
. T' ?.' ?Rt ?''}?*]
TEAS, SUGARS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
....... .. ::? :->i^-X^ST?;$l
.... -.i-v v. .<,'t&e\}2fa*ts>,\;-*:
_ ....... -*??&??t? '
Families In the country wUl find lt to their in?
terest to entrust orders to our care. Having
made a specialty of "PARTICULAR ATTEN^ON
TO COUNTRY ORDERS," we now have the lairg- '
est country trade of any retail dealer la the city.
I a . - ^?? ?.?r&p i" ;',>>.?'??'? "?
:, ?<? - ; -.-..i. . lillis ' '~-^-!>. '.
WE aCLL YOU GOODS"AT WHUL.?1SAEE
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOR DELIVER?
WE PACK GOODS FREE, THEREBY
MAKING IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO' PAT- '
RONIZETHE - . - .rrd"r..
PEOPLES' FAVORITE GROCERY. '
-f : - Yidi'i: srff'Jjj
WE MAIL SAMPLES OF TEA TO ANY i
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON 'RE
'?" ":- ;-;''.j* :
CEIPT OF ADDRESS. . . , .
i .. :._ ,. -. - T. \
. . . ,-\u:t: < J -
.;. ? ., ; ; .- :'- " ?...j\-??i.?t. ^
ALL LETTERS RESPONDED TO PROMPT-.
I LY. SEND YOUR ORDERS AND GIVE US A
WILSONS' GROCERY,' .
Box No. 383,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET. BALTIMORE
MD., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-Tills favorite oa
tabllshment, situated in one of the most eligible
positions In the city, nn the highest ground, and '
consequently well adapted for a Sommer Resort,'
being comparatively cool In midsummer; mag- '
nlffclen?y furnished with baths and other con?
veniences on every flo >r, ls now open for the re?
ception of i h i-ie cou1 em plating a tour nt pleasui e
the coming <e . on. The cars mn within a square
of the house. ?? aelie< at all the stations. E.V. -
WESTCOTT, Pro.i lr*?.r. jun8-4mos ,
T. CHAPEAU As CO.,
DUALS'RS A KO DISTILLERY OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAT,
% CHARLESTON, A G.
The highest prices paid for Crude,
FTE A M TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S.O. }r
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, aud corner Una -**
and Meeting streets.
n~ li lg liest prices paid in Cash tor Crude Turp?n
mehi P?m rm_ . -
URN1TURE REPAIRED AND RENO.
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE!W
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
reba smith street, north of Wentworth*